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Post GameMay 28, 3 years ago

Five-on-Five play benefits Bruins in Game 7

BOSTON — Sixty minutes with no penalties. Though that feat is rare even in a Game 7, referees Steven Walkom and Dan O’Halloran let the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning decide who would advance to the Stanley Cup Finals against the Va…

Post GameMay 28, 3 years ago

Horton delivers another series clincher for Bruins

BOSTON — Through the first two periods, Tampa Bay goaltender Dwayne Roloson was stopping every Bruins shot heading at his direction; looking eerily similar to then Montreal Canadiens goalie Jose Theodore in Game 7 of the 2004 Stanley Cup Playo…

PreviewsMay 27, 3 years ago

Do or die in Game 7

BOSTON — It’s safe to say that its more than just a season on the line for the Bruins tonight in Game 7 against the Tampa Bay Lightning. For the past four years, the Bruins season has been on the line during the first and second rounds wi…

Post GameMay 24, 3 years ago

Bruins gaining momentum from penalty kill success

When the series started many people (me included) said the series would be won and lost with special teams play. Coming into the Eastern Conference Finals the Bruins power play was struggling, at the same time the Lightning power play was red hot. Wi…

UncategorizedMay 22, 3 years ago

Top line looks to regain consistency

BOSTON — Though the Bruins have the right frame in mind going forward, it is all about execution at the end of the day. And though they have had some positives during the series, their negatives have also been seen. For one – in the two losse…

UncategorizedMay 22, 3 years ago

Bruins look to turn the page in Game 5

BOSTON – After a heartbreaking 5-3 loss against the Lightning in Game 4 down in Tampa – one where they blew a 3-0 lead after the first period – the Bruins hope to turn the page and focus on Game 5 tomorrow night with the series tied at two game…